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GODOX X1R-C Canon receiver Wireless Flash Receiver Canon cameras and MI shoe Wireless LCD Flash Transmitter Godox 2.4G trigger system

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The Godox X1R-C (Strobepro XRC) allows full control of your Canon ETTL-II speedlites when paired with any current Strobepro/Godox controller. Founded in 1993 as a high-tech manufacturing facility specializing in lighting and audio equipment, Godox has become a lighting equipment expert and innovator of gears for photographers, videographers, filmmakers and more.

Support for TTL autoflash, manual flash, multi flash, 1/8000s HSS, flash exposure compensation, flash exposure lock, modeling flash, etc.Used by Google Analytics to collect data on how many times a user has visited the site, as well as dates of the first and last visit. They are used for various purposes, such as remembering user login information, tracking user behavior for advertising purposes and personalizing the user's browsing experience. Flash sync with fast shutter speeds can be used with most lamps on the market today that support this.

I've got something like that triggering some seriously old Novatron back-and-head studio strobes and it works fine as a dumb strobe. We've been using a full production version of this 120 fps sports camera, to see what you gain (and, perhaps, lose). Registers a unique identifier that is used to generate statistical data about how a visitor uses the site. As other person said, all Godox stuff "should" talk to each other regardless of what transmitter you are using. advertisement points Godox likes to make is that all Godox transmitters talk to all Godox receivers.All content, design, and layout are Copyright © 1998–2024 Digital Photography Review All Rights Reserved. We are not responsible for deviations in estimated transit times due to the courier and natural disasters.

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